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Twelve Principles for Managing Change

Read through the Twelve Principles for Managing Change at the following website, http://www.lynco.com/12prin.html.

1.) Select the two principles you believe are the most important to follow when managing change and describe why you feel these are essential.

2.) Describe some specific techniques that can be used to manage change in an organization. Explain how these techniques are consistent with the principles you selected.

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TWELVE PRINCIPLES FOR MANAGING CHANGE
1. Thought processes and relationship dynamics are fundamental if change is to be successful.
2. Change only happens when each person makes a decision to implement the change.
3. People fear change it "happens" to them.
4. Given the freedom to do so, people will build quality into their work as a matter of personal pride.
5. Traditional organizational systems treat people like children and expect them to act like adults.
6. "Truth" is more important during periods of change and uncertainty than "good news."
7. Trust is earned by those who demonstrate consistent behavior and clearly defined values.
8. People who work are capable of doing much more than they are doing.
9. The intrinsic rewards of a project are often more important than the material rewards and ...

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